Community and Enterprise Leadership
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CELF Feature Story

Making CELF connections work

Sean Lambley and Julian Williams

New talent for Smart Waikato

Sean and Julian
Smart Waikato Trust has appointed two new trustees.

Sean Lambly and Julian Williams joined Smart Waikato recently, adding a raft of expertise to the organisation behind Secondary School Employer Partnerships, FutureForce® careers resources and other regional initiatives.

“We’re in the middle of a growth phase and having Julian and Sean on board will help us take the trust to the next level,” Smart Waikato chief executive Mary said.

Sean, Prolife Foods’ general manager of operations and supply chain, has an extensive career in the food manufacturing and the fast moving consumer goods industry.

He is keen to help develop careers paths for future leaders in his new role.

Julian, a descendant of Waikato Iwi, worked for Waikato-Tainui for more than a decade helping progress the Waikato River Claim and as general manager of the Waikato Raupatu River Trust. He has since started his own company focussing on natural resource work with local councils, iwi, hapū and community groups.

The pair joins chair and director Sarah Morton-Johnson, Roger Evans, of Stafford Industries, Michelle Paki, of Te Puni Kokiri and Matamata College Principal Alan Munro on Smart Waikato’s board.

 (Source: FutureForce Action Network Update, July 2016)

Opportunity for a family in need

Nic Greene

Nic Greene (Hamilton Press, Wednesday, 6 July, 2016)

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